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"You Know That I'm No Good"
This seems familiar.
Maybe because of the J.White produced Loretta Lynn album (which i love), but this Wanda Jackson release is truly amazing. One can only hope that Mr. White will dig and find more rockabilly artist to work with. The time shift towards the end of the song gives off a smokey overtone of being "no good".
I love it.
Add another notch on the post for the one true musical genius of our time.

So good, you'll explode.

I fell in love with Wanda Jackson years ago, and these songs are AMAZING. I'm practically shaking in anticipation of a full length album. Another amazing piece of great music from Third Man Records.

No good?....No way!

Wanda is a classic...always! With a career spanning over 50 years, she now adds another notch to her guitar strap by working with Jack White. I've loved Wanda for years and I am a huge Amy Winehouse fan so this combination is right up my alley. The cover of the Johnny Kidd and the Pirates / The Guess Who's "Shakin' All Over" is also fantastic. A full-length project would be amazing. You go Wanda...ROCK ON - as you always do! By the way, these tracks sound even better on vinyl!


Born: October 20, 1937 in Maud, OK

Genre: Country

Years Active: '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Wanda Jackson was only halfway through high school when, in 1954, country singer Hank Thompson heard her on an Oklahoma City radio show and asked her to record with his band, the Brazos Valley Boys. By the end of the decade, Jackson had become one of America's first major female country and rockabilly singers. Jackson was born in Oklahoma, but her father Tom -- himself a country singer who quit because of the Depression -- moved the family to California in 1941. He bought Wanda her first guitar...
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